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Walcha Caravan Park

Walcha Caravan Park entrance
Just some of the cabins at Walcha Caravan Park

Walcha Caravan Park

Corner North and Middle Street, Walcha, New South Wales 2354

(02) 6777 2501

walchacaravanpark@bigpond.com

www.walchacaravanpark.com.au

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Walcha Caravan Park is often said to be one of the best caravan parks in Australia according to the many comments received at the Visitor Information Centre by well-travelled nomads as well as by Star Ratings Australia. Quiet, peaceful, meticulously clean and friendly hospitable staff all contribute to the reputation the park has earned, along with great facilities and cheap rates. It is within walking distance to the main part of town (along the Apsley River where numerous sculptures are to be viewed). Features include eight grassy powered drive-through sites, powered slab sites, shady camp sites camp kitchen with microwave, wood heater, fridge, stove and hot water, coin laundry, kiosk and Eftpos. The park has an amenities block with underfloor heating and piped music. There is a huge area for recreation and lovely shaded areas. The barbecue area makes cooking a pleasure. Walcha Caravan Park is pet friendly.

Facilities found here

Barbeque, Camp Kitchen, Carpark, Communal Refrigerator, Dump point, Laundry, Pet Friendly - Enquire, Kiosk,

Rooms Available

The Walcha Caravan Park cabins are clean and comfortable, set in beautiful parkland gardens. Guests have use of the immaculate amenities block, fabulous Camp Kitchen which is fully enclosed and well equipped including a wood combustion fire to keep you toasty.

The Walcha Caravan Park provides clean and comfortable cabins with an en suite.

Facilities

  • Private Bathroom
  • Refrigerator
  • Television

The Walcha Caravan Park provides powered sites, drive-through sites and tent sites. The park has an amenities block with under floor heating and piped music. There is a huge area for recreation and lovely shaded areas. The barbecue area makes cooking a pleasure.

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.